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Q: An NFA insured hunting club has a guest come hunting for a day. What has to be done to cover the guest(s) with insurance?
A: The club must record the name and address of the guest and remit $3.00 to the NFA. Submission of the guest details to the NFA can be done on a periodic basis - quarterly or bi-annually if rare.
Q: A club has been running an open house for several years. They have about 1000 people attend and see displays etc (No admission charge). One such opportunity is allowing youngsters to shoot a 22 under supervision. OFAH insure this club but has advised they will no longer cover the open house/activities. If this club joined NFA/purchased liability insurance can the NFA cover this type of event either by additional fee or NFA endorsement of the activity?
A: Open house - we would consider this to be a social and / or fundraising activity and would require NFA approval as per the Sports and Social Activities Endorsement that is a part of NFALI. With 1000 people attending we would suggest the club should complete the attached Special Event Application and submit to NFA / Allsport for approval. We would consider this to be similar to a club hosting a gun show and would likely charge an additional premium ($250). Participants that shoot should be registered as "guests" and pay the $3.00 fee. If the shooting is very limited we would consider including the guest fee as a part of the Special Event fee.